Posts Tagged ‘politics’

PRIDE!

Nationalism, politics and Sexuality?

We have to write from the context of the Bible in relation to this matter of human failure and a misunderstanding of what Pride is and what it means is not good!

God has no time for pride or the proud, because it is a self-imposed block to faith! We see it at work everyday in our world, people stubborn, disobedient and restless to oppose God and man in not giving up their traditions, marching and walking forcing their religious beliefs on others with threats of death?

Trying to prove to others that they have to accept their new ways or their political views of segregation and many other twisted ideals!

But God has offered to us in love His one and only Son Jesus, all who repent and place their faith in Him will be saved from the twisted ideals of humanity and their past failures!

Leviticus 26:19,   Job 35:12,   Proverbs 8:13,   13:10,   Mark 7:22,   Romans 12:9,   1 Corinthians 13:4,   2 Corinthians 5:14,   Hebrews 13:5,   James 1:12,  1 John 1:3.

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Donald J Trump.

‘All change in America?

It is not long now until we will be seeing great changes in the United States of America, if spiteful Obama does not start a war with Russia? Trump is different from any previous leader of America, because he plans to make some serious and dramatic changes in support of Israel and the breaking ties with NATO and bucket politics?

The media have played the old game of digging up the past to shame him now and one has to wonder the way the Democrats are going are they trying to stop him from getting into government?

The bible tells us that the time of the Lords return is near and that a man of intrigue will arise! He will be smart and slippery and will appear to some as one thing, but later turn into a world tyrant and reveal his real identity?

2 Thessalonians 2:1-13,   Romans 16:18,   Psalm 81:11-12,   1 Timothy 4:1-3.

Real Equality. Part-Two.

Eagerness.

There is something missing today in the Church in relation to giving to fellow believers, away in far off lands? Collections contain foreign coinage and copper and it is the rich who limit themselves, while others don’t really care.

It proves that Ekklesia is now very much in the world, in its attitude!

The Apostle Paul was shocked how the Gentiles where going out of their was to finance the poverty of the Jews in Jerusalem.

Politics and misunderstandings from racism and Anti-Semitism have choked Christians from understanding their place in relation to Biblical truth, taking the emphasis off their responsibility!

Acts 24:17,  Romans 15:25-26,  2 Corinthians 8:9.

Bel Today. Part-Two.

Unravelling.

Is it not strange how after over 10 years of peace in Northern-Ireland a political party pulls out accusing the other side of not being honest, while its own leader is now accused of financial criminallity?

It would seen that one side wants to find any excuse to end the process by any means, but God has overruled on the hypocrasy of the other.

This is happening daily across the globe in relation to secret societies and the revelation that people in power have hidden behind financial idolatry, while presenting a honest and respectable face.

Psalm 58:1-2,  94:20-21,  Matthew 23:27,  Luke 11:44,  Acts 23:3.

Saint Patrick. Part-two.

What we today know about this man, is generally from legends about him. But the historical facts show us that he was a very active and determined Christian believer, who wanted to evangelize a remote part of the northern region of the island of Ireland. Today known as the province of Ulster.

From landing at Saul in County Down and the establishment of that first cell Church there, he went on to reach out to the areas around Strangford Lough. But later in his life Greyabbey, Nedrum and Movilla were to be important centers of the new Celtic community. We learn a lot about him from his writings, about being delayed and held up by various tribes. We also see that other Christians for financial gains sold communities to pirates and slave traders. At the end of Patrick’s life he died in the Antrim hills and was returned to Bangor for burial.

It was the Normans who had his body dug up and moved to Downpatrick. Patrick has had an massive impact on Ireland and through the good works of nuns and priests in helping the people of Nigeria, they have adopted him as their patron saint too. It is from Patrick that later men and women went out from Ireland to Scotland, Wales, and Cornwall and many other places, probably of no return to serve their Lord and master Jesus.

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